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Historian Phil Brigandi has created the definitive resource on the founding and development of Borrego Springs. This should be required reading for those interested in not only Borrego's past, but the future of the community.
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The 4-1-1 on Borrego Springs today. Where to stay, eat and play. This non profit membership organization represents private enterprise and community members interested in the economic health of the Borrego Community. Also the place to find the real estate agent for purchasing your own mid-century modern Borrego Springs desert retreat. Vist the website >



The official California State Park information site for the Anza Borrego Desert State Park.Visit the website >



The Anza-Borrego Foundation and Institute promote conservation in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park® and the surrounding ecological region through acquisition, education, interpretation, and scientific studies.
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The Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association, a non-profit corporation, is dedicated to educational and interpretive activities and to the promotion of historical and scientific endeavors pertinent to the deserts of the Southwest. Visit the website >





Keith York has created the definitive resource on the architects and artists who created San Diego's mid-century modern legacy. Visit the website >








Since 1969, Save Our Heritage Organisation (SOHO), a nonprofit organization, has led the community as a powerful catalyst for preservation by raising awareness and appreciation of our region's architectural and cultural heritage. Through education, advocacy, and stewardship SOHO's mission is to preserve, promote and support preservation of the architectural, cultural and historical links and landmarks that contribute to the community identity, depth and character of our region.
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For more than four decades, Virginia DeMarais would be associated with the Borrego Sun. Her collection of the Borrego Sun newspaper, spanning several decades is now housed at the San Diego Historical Society's Document Collection at the research archive located in Balboa Park. (Thank you Virginia for this tremendous gift.) The Borrego Sun issues were recently placed on micro-film and are available for review. Also in the photographic collection are period photos of Borrego Springs (the community and State Park) based on articles from the San Diego Union and Tribune newspapers.
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